Sex Offender Found Working With Kids
MADISON, AL – August 20, 2018
An off-duty Limestone County Sheriff's Office investigator discovered James Harold Bingham was operating a bounce house for children, according to WHNT. Bingham, a convicted sex offender from Madison County, was arrested.
Reports say Bingham was convicted in 2009 for second-degree sexual abuse of an 11-year-old. Court records show in 2013, he pleaded guilty to failing to follow guidelines of the state's Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act when he moved to Madison County.
Numerous studies show that the number of crimes against children in the United States is growing every year. Despite the claims of the Obama administration the fact that a convicted sex offender was not isolated but even found over the weekend working for a Limestone County company that often dealt with children is a clear example of weaknesses within not only an individual offender’s post-adjudication supervision but the penitentiary system as a whole. And it definitely makes us more skeptical of criticism of the current US administration by the Democrats. Their way of combating crime is not so effective as we were led to believe.